RATTLESNAKE VS PUFF ADDER!!! The ultimate rivalry!

Rattlesnakes and Puff Adders are some of the most iconic vipers in the world!!! But which of these species poses more of a threat to human beings???
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  • Which snake do you think is more dangerous? Rattler or Puffy?

    Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
    • Puffy for sure mate

      James FewellJames Fewell15 päivää sitten
    • The Puffy!!! Their aggressive disposition coupled with their cytotoxic venom is a lethal combination for those who are unlucky enough to threaten them!

      Casey ThomsonCasey ThomsonUukausi sitten
    • Puffy.

      Vihaan Taneja's WorldVihaan Taneja's WorldUukausi sitten
    • Puffy for sure. They are beautiful

      Brent BovellBrent BovellUukausi sitten
    • @Tae Javvuuu No the Puffadder. 100%

      Michael KießlingMichael KießlingUukausi sitten
  • I'm I the only who's balls puckered up when the yellowish rattler was coming close to Dingo woohoo I tell yeah!!!

    James FewellJames Fewell15 päivää sitten
  • "SNAKES NOT LIKE PEOPLE..THEY DONT LOOK FOR FIGHTS ALL THE TIME"..great saying Dingo

    Zahed HossainZahed Hossain23 päivää sitten
  • Dingo!! Are you an OZZIE???

    Zahed HossainZahed Hossain23 päivää sitten
  • For me the Puff Adder is rhe most dangerous, bcs of her size speed and lethality

    Galo InteligenteGalo InteligenteUukausi sitten
  • Dingo- "did you see that strike" Me- nope it was over before I even realised the puffy struck 😂

    Brent BovellBrent BovellUukausi sitten
  • Do different localities have different venom like the snakes in USA has been found to have?

    Dap PDap PUukausi sitten
  • That puff adder is thinking "come call me a little worm to my face and see what what happens Dingo"

    Matt GoslingMatt Gosling2 kuukautta sitten
  • Shit those snake bites looked like something from a horror film.

    Matt GoslingMatt Gosling2 kuukautta sitten
  • Im no snake expert but i feel like if it CHOSE to be close to humans it will be JUST AS dangerous as any other snake in the venomous category. In other words some snakes just choose to retain their venom for when they have not a choice and are cornered to the wall so to speak.

    Galina IoffeGalina Ioffe3 kuukautta sitten
  • A Western Diamond Back is more dangerous than an Eastern Rattler

    Rock ChalkRock Chalk3 kuukautta sitten
  • That feisty snake looks like it’s walking on little legs every time it slithers, due to the pattern of its scales 😂

    TenTonKoalaTenTonKoala3 kuukautta sitten
  • why is the snake moving in a straight line and look like it has legs like a caterpillar @ 4:01

    Capricorn ProductionsCapricorn Productions3 kuukautta sitten
  • skip from 5:10 to 5:30 gruesome pictures thatll make you vomit. avoid that part of the video....warning!

    thisguy177thisguy1773 kuukautta sitten
  • I like this video puff adder is very Interesting

    Trap KTrap K3 kuukautta sitten
  • I would rather get bitten by a King Cobra or Black Mamba than Puff Adder. Others might be more poisonous but once you recover you have no physical damage. This one will destroy your flesh

    Cinar GeyCinar Gey3 kuukautta sitten
  • I cant believe there are people at there asking dingo to get his snakes to bite. 1 dingo is here to educate. 2 these are more of his pets then anything else. 3 chances of these to meet are one in a trillion chance. 4 why would you want to see a animal fight especially ones that are someones pets.

    Daniel LairdDaniel Laird3 kuukautta sitten
  • Wow Dingo that albino down by your legs made me super nervous lol.

    Shawn HylandShawn Hyland3 kuukautta sitten
  • If the species switched continents, the numbers would likely be similar to the current numbers. The lack of infrastructure and healthcare skews any evaluation based on deaths, anywhere in the world, but heavily in Africa, India, and other agrarian areas where farm machinery is used less often compared to hand tools and hands. Great video Dingo. The stones on you and your lovely wife, having four out at once 😱

    Finesse03Finesse033 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo, do you ever use or need to use a tube on snakes? Possibly for certain care and maintenance

    Finesse03Finesse033 kuukautta sitten
  • Love that classic high head s position of a big rattler, and the colors and pattern of the puffs.

    Finesse03Finesse033 kuukautta sitten
  • All the species with the caterpillar locomotion are so fascinating to watch move. Of the species who move that way, is one noticeably quicker crawling than the others? Bc the puff seems to be pretty quick, atleast compared to a Gaboon or Rhino.

    Finesse03Finesse033 kuukautta sitten
  • Making me nervous with four out at once, dingo my man, would love to see you funded to go out in the field and create great new content that amazed me the way Steve and Austin did years ago!

    Finesse03Finesse033 kuukautta sitten
  • I think another major thing is that puff adders(and bitis in general) not only are more prone to strike, and strike faster, but they can strike in any direction at any time, and often give no warning. Whereas rattlesnakes can pretty much only (more or less) strike right in front of them, and usually are wound up in that sort of standing "S" position, facing straight at you, and you can gauge relatively easily from how far, and in what direction they can tag you. But I agree, I think the biggest thing is how willing puff assets are to strike(and how likely people are to encounter them compared to rattlesnakes, at least in North America.)

    Mockturtlesoup1Mockturtlesoup13 kuukautta sitten
  • Black Diamond rattlesnake (C.o helleri), Mojave type A, Canebrake (neuro-toxin mixed locals), Neo-tropicals & EDB crazy yield just under King Cobra & Gabby. Also the Tiger Rattlesnake (Crotalus Tigris) is more toxic than the Black Mamba although have very small yields but toxin wise combines both Mojave types.

    XmenMagnetoAcolytesXmenMagnetoAcolytes3 kuukautta sitten
  • That hand looks like was poured with acid... horrible puff adder bite,scary.😲🏃🏃🏃

    malankane Tallymalankane Tally4 kuukautta sitten
  • 5:04 thank you @Dingo Dinkelman for always showing raw clips and photos how things really are, in order to convey reality to your viewers instead of some generic and blurred statements or photos. You show how bad a bite from these snakes can really be, and that's much appreciated. This is real education, something we unfortunately don't get enough of nowadays.

    Bu ZanBu Zan4 kuukautta sitten
  • Watching your shows makes me so proud to be a South African. Thanks Dingo and Kirsty. Brett from Bryanston

    Brett LaneBrett Lane4 kuukautta sitten
  • Please do more "vs" videos!! 🐍

    REPTILE SAVAGEREPTILE SAVAGE4 kuukautta sitten
  • the eastern diamondback is flat out scary

    Jones BrienJones Brien4 kuukautta sitten
  • "And this guy here is a little girl" hahahah dingo kills me

    DSyRfLoWDSyRfLoW4 kuukautta sitten
  • Why do they not bite each other? Seems like they would to me.

    pmo 710pmo 7104 kuukautta sitten
  • Great video

    Dominic PurdyDominic Purdy4 kuukautta sitten
  • 17:34 behinde u is snake

    Lule KurojevicLule Kurojevic4 kuukautta sitten
  • 5:38 they're all aiming at you.

    ruth moengruth moeng4 kuukautta sitten
  • New subscriber, great channel

    Jonathan EdwardsJonathan Edwards4 kuukautta sitten
  • 17:12 - is anyone else wondering about the albino rattlesnake that just disappeared behind Dingo?

    Specialized Business SolutionsSpecialized Business Solutions4 kuukautta sitten
  • The south african accent is crazy man

    Matty HollinworthMatty Hollinworth4 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo!!!! Could you please do a video of all your awesome funny sayings! "Enough to make a maggot dry rech"

    Brendan KeyBrendan Key4 kuukautta sitten
  • The most dangerous snake is the one that just bit you!!!! (Alan Viperkeeper)

    Tony BalmTony Balm4 kuukautta sitten
  • Got a question they all sitting on the table right how come they don’t bite each other

    RAUF BEDARRAUF BEDAR4 kuukautta sitten
  • Best EDUCATIONAL VENOMOUS SNAKE CHANNEL ON FIstart...I’ve lived in south Texas-Thru New Mexico....The most cantankerous Crotalus I’ve come across is the Crotalus Viridus....just flat out NASTY....however Crotalus Atrox Or Viridus I WOULD NOT WANT TO GET NAILED BY EITHER....I saw a Viridus in front of my house the other day...I just used my snake stick and pushed him off the road....Doc David...Stay Safe Dingo!

    STT VOYAGERSTT VOYAGER4 kuukautta sitten
  • You don't have an ornate black tail

    Cheryl WilkersonCheryl Wilkerson4 kuukautta sitten
  • ....those are definitely a big ole nope rope...

    Götterdämmerung -Götterdämmerung -4 kuukautta sitten
  • Austin Stevens said he was nicked by a gaboon on the finger and he felt like his hand was on fire for 3 days 😬

    Rizzo RIZZORizzo RIZZO4 kuukautta sitten
  • That one puffy that u said I don’t trust you lol moves like a caterpillar wow sooooo beautiful

    Brett CoyleBrett Coyle4 kuukautta sitten
  • i really love your videos bro. i just recently found you but i honestly worry about your safety. i know you are a professional and know what your doing but with your allergic reactions you are in even more danger. please be careful

    jaysvapesjaysvapes4 kuukautta sitten
  • 9' long and it weighed 90lb

    Shawn YoderShawn Yoder4 kuukautta sitten
  • Shoutout to Kirsti for doing a amazing job filming. The way she zoomed in on the snakes as you were talking about them was great. Keep up the good work guys! Best husband and wife snake keepers!!

    Brandon BlackfyreBrandon Blackfyre4 kuukautta sitten
  • That black and orange puff adder is gorgeous. If he ever needs a good home, let me know, and I do not want to see animals forced to fight for any reason.

    Cliff CampbellCliff Campbell4 kuukautta sitten
  • Listen man you are a cool guy but your videos can be annoying because you yell all the time and you make small things like very big. If you start talking with a calm volume and don’t brag about small things maybe many people will subscribe.

    rashed noorirashed noori4 kuukautta sitten
    • Huh!

      Tracy LlewellynTracy Llewellyn4 kuukautta sitten
  • Okokokokokookokokokokokookookokokokokokokokokokokkokokokokokokookokokokokokokokokokokokokokokokookokokoookok

    THIS STREAM IS BICTHTHIS STREAM IS BICTH4 kuukautta sitten
  • I can’t get merch cause I’m broke 😅😂🤣

    Angelina OchoaAngelina Ochoa4 kuukautta sitten
  • I MUST WATCH AGAIN 😁😁😁😁😁😁 CAUSE ITS THE BEST!!!!

    Angelina OchoaAngelina Ochoa4 kuukautta sitten
  • Nice vid, do hope you get a lapel microphone in the future though. Subbed!

    csmack86csmack864 kuukautta sitten
  • Why would people want to see two snakes fight? Sounds as useless as cock fights or dog fights. If they want to see two creatures fight, let them crawl into an octagon with an MMA expert. As for which snake is more dangerous? Which one don't you have access to anti-venom and proper medical support for?

    Gary SmithGary Smith4 kuukautta sitten
  • Most dangerous is the one that just bit you. I look forward to every single video that you post. Number one youtube channel on animal conservation and herping. Congratulations

    lucretia bolinlucretia bolin4 kuukautta sitten
  • Hi Dingo,and Kirsty hope spelled your name right. Great show today; quick question. I thought you said in a previous show the saw scaled viper killed more people. That may of been the Middle East.If you could clarify for me I'd appreciate it a lot. Great admiration, and love Brent Castle, or FasterSpider in Arkansas.

    Brent CastleBrent Castle4 kuukautta sitten
    • Saw Scaled Viper kills more people worldwide. Russels kills more in Asia and Puffy more in Africa. Saw Scaled is just found in both Asia and Africa so overall they kill more worldwide

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
  • The eastern diamondbacks we have here in Georgia get huge and they are really aggressive snakes. The latest info in the last few years is that they arent rattling much if even at all but will strike more often than not. Then again most bites are dry bites though.

    GOOSE1334GOOSE13344 kuukautta sitten
  • Hi Dingo! Could you please show how you replace the snakes after you got them with your hands on their head? I'm very interesting in seeing how you handle that moment. Thank you for making those videos.

    Chri PeChri Pe4 kuukautta sitten
    • Sure thing!

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
  • Its crazy how much less red, and sweaty and itchy looking you are since there not elapids.

    CJCJ4 kuukautta sitten
    • @Dingo Dinkelman 👌

      CJCJ4 kuukautta sitten
    • Massive difference. It seems that there are a few vipers that I am not allergic too which helps when doing a video like this

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
  • Is the Cascabel or the Mojave venom more toxic?

    physaksphysaks4 kuukautta sitten
    • @XmenMagnetoAcolytes So is the Mojave more toxic or is the Cascabel more toxic, among these two rattlers? Which rattlesnake has the most punishing envenomation altogether (toxicity, and then toxicity plus yield together)?

      physaksphysaks3 kuukautta sitten
    • Yes and sometimes can kill a human in under under 20 minutes. Neurotoxins are the fastests acting toxins prominantly used by elapids. Black Diamonds (Crotalus Helleri) have mojave combo, Neo-Tropical Rattlers including Cascabel, the Canebrake, Mojave type A toxic wise and Eastern Diamondbacks yield wise. Tiger Rattlesnake is more toxic than Black Mamba although no where near as dangerous due to yield.

      XmenMagnetoAcolytesXmenMagnetoAcolytes3 kuukautta sitten
  • Amazing educational video. As always I am amazed on your knowledge. God bless you mate

    Csibi BalázsCsibi Balázs4 kuukautta sitten
    • Thank you! Cheers!

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
  • Puff Adder bite would be worse in my opinion I would take the bite from the Eastern Diamond Back granted I had access to antivenin for both.

    David SkogDavid Skog4 kuukautta sitten
  • Sad State of Affairs but family member just showed me a picture of a Western Diamondback that there buddy which I'm not about this I would have photographed and not killed the snake but they killed the snake they found it out in their chicken coop in West Texas and it was a freaking six and a half foot long Western Diamondback one of the biggest westerns I've ever freaking seen most of the time they're like 4 to 5 foot I mean this sucker was big that would have been a great specimen to interact with it kind of hurts my heart that they killed it but out here to most people a snake is a snake is a snake

    Robbie TRobbie T4 kuukautta sitten
  • Its wild to see how close in looks they actually are, puffys are shorter but as far as markings they are similar!! I love the bands over there eyes especially on the eastern diamonds!!

    Aaron RobertAaron Robert4 kuukautta sitten
  • Pretty disgusting pics mate awesome vid dingo.........................

    Markus wolfeMarkus wolfe4 kuukautta sitten
  • Rattle snakes more dangerous for sure but puffys look awesome. Great video again Dingo and Kirsty. Your knowledge on the snakes venom and its effects is really interesting.

    DigitDigit4 kuukautta sitten
  • Great video dingo very interesting

    welshjay74welshjay744 kuukautta sitten
  • I was worried about the one behind you

    Chawa's Wild AdventuresChawa's Wild Adventures4 kuukautta sitten
  • M

    Holly SiwekHolly Siwek4 kuukautta sitten
  • Question ive always been thinking about. Are venomous snakes immune to their own venom. So if a mamba bites another mamba will it die or live?

    Qasim AliQasim Ali4 kuukautta sitten
    • They are generally immune to their own venom

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
  • Dude, u need to warn us about images like that before u show them. I can handle it but others maybe can't. Good vid tho

    Let's PlayLet's Play4 kuukautta sitten
    • Lol He DID "warn" before he showed the pictures. "Take a look at some of these images." He actually said a little more though.

      May BeMay Be4 kuukautta sitten
  • Why don’t they bite each other when they’re on top of each other like that?

    SMB PlsSMB Pls4 kuukautta sitten
  • I love your passion for the snakes. Its contagious also mrs Dingo is an awesome cameraman. I have a question about a video on here where a dude bumps into a rattler out walking I'd love to know your answer as to why this chap didnt get tagged.

    Chell SymonsChell Symons4 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo pls don’t do that again . I nearly threw up , I’m being honest!! That was unbelievable

    King Louis 69King Louis 694 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo Out

    Meneer NgobsMeneer Ngobs4 kuukautta sitten
  • Best in information .

    Haitham al-hashmiHaitham al-hashmi4 kuukautta sitten
  • we need bite proof boots to walk around in Africa!

    jars95jars954 kuukautta sitten
  • Holy moly that’s a lot of flesh dissolved

    Angelina OchoaAngelina Ochoa4 kuukautta sitten
    • I cannot believe that’s the Puff Adder can just BOOM 💥 even the picture of the leg just like 😱

      Angelina OchoaAngelina Ochoa4 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo..YEAHHH!!! Love it man!!!💪💪💪stay careful buddy!!!

    Kentaro StoryKentaro Story4 kuukautta sitten
  • Does a broken fang contain venom because it is not connected to the venom glands

    viven Naidooviven Naidoo4 kuukautta sitten
  • 18:41 he was ready to kill you

    Mk10Mk104 kuukautta sitten
  • Very interesting video dingo ;) Love the puff adder.

    Andreas HögbergAndreas Högberg4 kuukautta sitten
  • Talking about big animals in Africa. It made me think about the Sasquatch or bigfoot. I never heard of sightings from Africa? Do people report seeing the there? Ive never seen one so idk if they're real. I believe they exist for a few reasons. First the sightings, so many a couple % must be real. Dr Jeff meldrum, a foot expert says some of the footprints are from a real living being. There is also a guy thats an expert on dermal ridges (fingerprints on hands and feet) on humans and primates. these dermal ridges have been found on some casted prints from the start. He says they are real, kind of a cross between human and ape. No on was thinking about or looking for fingerprints back then... There are more reasons but these are the big ones. I'm not big into it but I'd love to know for sure. Dingo being a big animal expert, I'd love to know what he thinks and if there are sightings in Africa, what do the guys, the bushmen, people that still live with nature, what do they say?

    xerravonxerravon4 kuukautta sitten
    • @Dingo Dinkelman "smoking my socks"? Oooh, I didnt know that'd work!!! Thanks, I'll give it a try!!!!! 😉😉😉

      xerravonxerravon4 kuukautta sitten
    • No mate I’m afraid I think you’ve been smoking ur socks.

      Dingo DinkelmanDingo Dinkelman4 kuukautta sitten
  • Here in New Mexico . we have plenty of Diamond backs...

    ReeseReese4 kuukautta sitten
    • I hate to say puff adder freak me out

      ReeseReese4 kuukautta sitten
  • In a world without Steve Irwin, this is the only video I can honestly say is an actual comparison videos about snakes and reptiles. You see other videos and you get images, captions and stock footages. But here, with Dingo, you get the actual comparison by putting them together and speaking near it closely. Love you Dingo. You are most definitely the best and one can take your name after Steve without a doubt. Because you are the true message of him that is conservation and information put together.💞💕

    Robbie SRobbie S4 kuukautta sitten
  • Hey Dingo have you ever witnessed rattle snakes in ritualized combat? I think king cobras do it also?

    Dan turnerDan turner4 kuukautta sitten
  • Hey Dingo love your channel. You did an episode where you took a Cobra to a pond for swimming. You said they love to swim. Question If they are swimming can they bite? I guess they are moving to swim so I don't think they could strike?

    Daniel DayDaniel Day4 kuukautta sitten
  • Those snakes are so dangerous WHY are you playing with them ???!!!

    Lisa AugustinLisa Augustin4 kuukautta sitten
    • Dingo knows what he is doing when it comes to handling venomous snakes

      viven Naidooviven Naidoo4 kuukautta sitten
  • Get out of the way kirsty your freaking me out . Well done mate and good video

    mr mojo risinmr mojo risin4 kuukautta sitten
  • Hello Dingo & Kirsty, Great episode, they are both quite impressive. Thank you for sharing what you do, so I don't have to. Awesome camera work, it's like I'm there. Be safe, be good, C.

    Cass VirgilloCass Virgillo4 kuukautta sitten
  • Good only 11 dis likes but it sound be 0

    Mothin.R6Mothin.R64 kuukautta sitten
  • Awesome Dingo

    Frank The RabbitFrank The Rabbit4 kuukautta sitten
  • Upping the danger factor with 4 snakes on the floor today, eh Dingo!? 😂

    T KT K4 kuukautta sitten
  • Love the idea of this as a series showing other snakes and which is more dangerous. Keep up the good work man!

    Caleb ShupingCaleb Shuping4 kuukautta sitten
  • 😲

    Homo ab InfernoHomo ab Inferno4 kuukautta sitten
  • Nooooooooooooooo

    CALEB DENNEYCALEB DENNEY4 kuukautta sitten
  • Dingo!!!!! Do a urutu video.

    skeet shooterskeet shooter4 kuukautta sitten
    • Or a cantil!!!

      skeet shooterskeet shooter4 kuukautta sitten
    • Or maybe a samar cobra?

      skeet shooterskeet shooter4 kuukautta sitten
  • I absolutely love the respect and devotion you have for your creatures. I live in the western United States and have been catching and photographing rattlesnakes for years. I also worked in Healthcare so I thought I should add the following three considerations: 1) on average the hospital bill is $150,000.00, even with great insurance out of pocket expense is 5-10K. 2) last month near my house a jogger was bit by a southern pacific rattlesnake while jogging. The snake bit through his running shoe, one fang penetrated his skin, his foot looked like a football. Because he immediately had tingling in his lips and difficulty swallowing a helicopter was sent to pick him up. His hospital bill was $450,000. 3) if your insurance determines you were "harassing" the snake you will end up paying the whole bill.

    Damon LaFargoDamon LaFargo4 kuukautta sitten